coming down from Lord Krishna till today

namah om visnu-padaya krsna presthaya bhutale
srimate krsna balaram swamin iti namine

srila prabhupada sisyesu
kevalam vrajavasinam
vadava vamsavatamsam
hamsam dhvantantakam namah

We offer our respectful obeisance to Lord Krsna who sent His blessed devotee to this earth by the name Krsna Balaram Swami, who is the only Srila Prabhupada disciple born in Vrindavan in the unbroken chain of Brahmana dynasty and the only one who wore saffron color Vaishnava clothes in the history of Vrajavasis. He is thoroughly learned in all the scriptures (srutis and smritis), and just like the sun, he is able to dissipate the darkness of ignorance.    [Click here for more details.]


ISKCON Exposed
The Very Beginning of ISKCON Vrindavan
Letter to Bhakti Charu Swami
Letter From Banabhatta Prabhu — and Reply

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